The future supply chain model 

Pivot or perish? Supply chains must become customer-centric, demand-driven and automated.

Brian Higgins

Brian Higgins

Principal, Advisory/Customer and Operations, KPMG US

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Transform your supply chain after a disruption

Continuous evolution in the global business environment is the norm today. So what will it take for companies to become 21st century supply chain organizations?

Future-ready supply chains are agile, customer-centric and can operate profitably in order to become a revenue driver for the business. KPMG believes that future success for supply chains depends upon being resilient, nimble and predictive.

Read the article below to explore key insights and jump start your supply chain transformation journey.

The agenda for the future of supply chain

As they shift towards customer-centric offerings with demand-driven and automated networks, supply chain operations will see significant disruption across six key areas.


Where do you go from here?

Business as usual is not an option.

The biggest limitation for supply chains is no longer technology, but the imagination of the people who use it. As companies around the world face a perfect storm of change, supply chain leaders must transform business models, organizational structures and operations to thrive today and in the future.

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